Tag Archive: williamsburg

Spotted / Brooklyn, NY / Urban Cowboy

This week I’ll be sharing some fun spots I discovered while in New York a couple of months ago. First up is Urban Cowboy, a converted townhouse now B&B in the Williamsburg area of… Continue reading

Spotted / Brooklyn, NY / Mociun

This is one of my favorite shops in Williamsburg and I often stop by when I’m in town to admire the latest collections on display.  I especially covet the ceramic patterns and try to pick… Continue reading

Spotted / Brooklyn, NY / Bakeri Greenpoint

This week and next I’ll be posting photos of some great new spots I discovered a few weeks ago in Brooklyn and NYC. The first is the darling new Bakeri which just opened… Continue reading

Spotted / New York / Brooklyn / Reynard

This gorgeous bar and restaurant was located in the lobby of my hotel, but I didn’t stop in twice during my stay for the mere sake of convenience. I came for the burger… Continue reading

Spotted / New York / Brooklyn / Rabbithole

I had time to squeeze in one more brunch on this Brooklyn trip and I decided it would be at this darling little spot in Williamsburg. I mean, how can you resist a… Continue reading

SPOTTED / NEW YORK / BROOKLYN / HOTEL DELMANO

This Williamsburg gem attracts a huge crowd in the evenings, but on my last day in Brooklyn I decided to stop by in the late afternoon. And so happy I did. I never… Continue reading

SPOTTED / NEW YORK / BROOKLYN / ODDFELLOWS ICE CREAM

I was wandering around Williamsburg along Kent Ave. when suddenly I see this large circus monkey with cymbals staring right at me through a window. Instantly I froze and stared right back at… Continue reading

SPOTTED / NEW YORK / BROOKLYN / KINFOLK STUDIOS

This bright and colorful lounge was conveniently located across from where I was staying, serving as a cafe by day and as a restaurant + bar at night. The space plays host to… Continue reading

SPOTTED / NEW YORK / BROOKLYN / BAKERI

Discovered this darling little bakery just a couple of blocks from my hotel. So much charm in such a small space—from the cheerful gals who greet you (in cute blue coveralls) to the… Continue reading